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situation. >>> chief meteorologist doug kammerer is here now with your first forecast. doug? >> guys, temperatures today climbing to near 70 degrees. take a look at the shot right now. a beautiful, beautiful afternoon. a few clouds make their way in. temperatures 69 degrees out there right now. winds out of the west at 7 miles per hour. what are we going to be seeing the rest of the evening? you can see dew point is 44. but that's going to be going down behind a frontal boundary. temperatures ahead of that front, 70 in leesburg and 70 over towards annapolis. just gorgeous. here's the frontal boundary, making its way in. in through portions of west virginia. that front will move through. and it will cool things down again. western fairfax county, to the reston and herndon area, through your morning, how about this, temperatures 63 degrees by 7:00. looking good. under partly sunny skies. 57 degrees by 11:00. waking up tomorrow morning to a rather cool 43. some of you will be in the upper 30s tomorrow. we'll talk about the real cool air, when the coolest weather moves in in my forecast.
. >>> get ready for even colder temps on the way, folks. we could see our first freeze. meteorologist doug kammerer is outside on the storm 4 weather deck. doug? >> oh, yeah, high, guys. temperatures out here right now, 62 degrees out at the airport right now. winds out of the south at 7 miles per hour. humidity at 35%. very cool afternoon right now. we're going to be a lot cooler as we move through the next 24 hours or so. temperatures around the region, 61 in gaithersburg, 61 in leesburg, and 64 down towards fredericksburg. with this sunshine, feeling pretty good across much of the area, ashe sun goes down, however, we will cool off fairly quickly. let's head down to the silver spring area, around rosemary hills. i went there for a school talk earlier today. we'll show pictures in just a minute. 57 degrees at 7:00, 51 degrees by 11:00, and waking up to a cool 42 degrees early tomorrow morning. going to be a chilly start tomorrow. but wait until you see how cold we get tomorrow night. freeze watches in effect. >> yikes. >>> the washington nationals, they're facing elimination right now. t
it to be presidential? a fair and balanced debate on that. monica, doug schoen, coming up. >> they have been unable to lay out a agenda to what to do to help america. they have been unable to defend and describe what they do to get our economy going again. that is with a president out of ideas and out of excuses, november 6th, you can make sure you put him out of office. [cheers and applause] bill: fox news has obtained more internal e-mails. this one sent by the state department to members of the obama administration. now this document describes an attack on a shelter about a mile away from the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya, under mortar attack. here is secretary of state hillary clinton downplaying some of those e-mails a bit yesterday at the state department. >> you know, posting something on facebook is not in and of itself evidence and i think it just underscores how fluid the reporting was at the time and continued for some time to be. bill: senator john mccain is one of three members of the senate who just sent a letter to the white house asking for more questions. member of the senate a
of a concern for them. let's debate this doug schoen, former pollster for president clinton. monica crowley, radio talk show host. both are fox news contributors. good morning to you. let me show the poll one more time. 67% say it is troubling the first initial erroneous reports came out of the administration. 26% say not much of a concern. doug, is this an issue in the presidential election? >> absolutely it is a issue. when something is troubling it is not full voting issue. but the bottom line as we go into the vice-presidential debate and two presidential debates coming in the next two weeks, this is a huge concern for the obama white house, make no mistake and they're going to try to keep a troubling concern, troubling not totally political. not have it dominate the election. alisyn, most of all, not have it take over the final days of the campaign in a way that could be calamitous for the election. alisyn: monica, do you agree with doug, when people go into the voting booth, are they thinking about benghazi or thinking about their jobs and their gas tanks? >> obviously jobs and the ec
coming maybe the other way. we'll talk about it in a minute. >> as doug mentioned, this will be the coldest night yet. in d.c., it will be the earliest we've seen in almost a decade, folks. the cold air isn't keeping people off the streets tonight. shomari. >> reporter: folks are not keeping off the sfreets, especially with this nats game. i talked to people in hotels. they say oh, it's so cold, they go back in, open the suitcases and then come out to have a nice time. it's going to get even colder tonight. that is what is expected. i must point out that a lot of folks tell me they're saying to themselves good-bye summer, hello autumn. some folks are wearing layers to stay warm. now, that cold weather isn't stopping people from waiting in line to buy deserts at this cup cake shop. now, we talked to that couple visiting from connecticut and they tell me the dipping temperatures takes them by surprise. >> tell me how you're feeling? >> cold. i mean, i had -- i've got layers. i had this one done up, this done up, i'm still cold. it's really cold. especially for washin
biden and paul ryan wait to take center stage. doug luzader is live with more. >> good morning. both are hitting into new numbers. this is the latest fox news poll asking specifically about the number two's. they are evenly matched sfargs favor ability numbers are concerned. look at this the unfavorable numbers. that's where joe biden has ground to make up tonight. paul ryan arrived at the scene of yesterday's debate. he was swarmed by supporters. earlier in the day in florida he admitted to having serves. >> i am looking forward to giving people a clear choice. >> joe biden has been on the stage many times before so sure it's a nervous situation because joe biden is one of the most experienced debaters we have in modern politics. but the achilles heel he has is president obama's record. >> joe biden arrived later this morning. he got advice from president obama last night who told abc world news that joe biden simply needs to be himself. >> joe just needs to be joe. congressman ryan is a smart and but his ideas are the wrong ones. >>> there are more signs meanwhile that last week's
, it's been worth it for quite a while. doug kammerer will be joining me -- there you see the furry knuckles right there. >> numbers up for what's to come. thanks, dan 789 team coverage continues now with pat collins, who's outside the park where fans have been gathering all day to show their nat-itude. and there's a whole lot of that today, pat. >> reporter: pat, indeed. we're outside of nats park. i was just over at the box office there. they say the only tickets they have left for this game are party suite tickets. they're $315 apiece. and they say they don't have that many left. party suite tickets, about $315 apiece. they still have some left. you know, in the world we live in today, we have all sorts of re-starts, re-boots and do-overs. you get a bad s.a.t. score, take the test again. flunk the driver's test, do over. but game five of a play-off, there is no second chance. and that's why it's especially important to show me your nat-itude. if people in our city seem especially confident today, it's because they've super sized their nat-itude. >> woo! >> reporter: one must-win
11th this year. doug mckelway joins me live in washington on this. doug, is this the first witness we're going to hear from here? >> reporter: the first witness actually gone on the record, not a anonymous source. a guy came forward to say security was denied there. he is lieutenant colonel andrew word, former head of a special forces team in libya. he told cbs news that his request for beefed up security was rejected in washington. the man who made the call to reject the extra security, undersecretary of state management, patrick kennedy who held the job since 2007. after the attack kennedy privately briefed house and senate staffers told them the attack appeared to be sophisticated involving light and heavy weapons. four days after that briefing, u.s. ambassador to the u.n. susan rice took to five different sunday talk shows to say it was not a planned attack. it was another three days after that, before any senior u.s. official publicly stated that the benghazi incident was indeed a terrorist attack. >> americans deserve the truth on what happened. and so i think what you're going
the president's lead in wisconsin in half. fox's doug luzader looks ahead to tonight. >>reporter: both vice presidential candidates are heading into tonight's debate with some new poll numbers. this is our brand new fox news poll. it shows that joe biden and paul ryan are pretty evenly matched, within the margin of error as far as their favorability numbers are concerned. but look at the unfavorables. that's where joe biden tonight has some ground to make up. paul ryan arrives in kentucky for his big night, swarmed by supporters. vice president joe biden is scheduled to arrive later today. this one on one between them is getting a lot of build because the stakes are so high after last week's obama/romney debate that may have turned this race on its head. president obama still stinging after what was seen as a weak performance, told abc's "world news" last night that biden just needs to be himself. >> i think joe just needs to be joe. congressman ryan is a smart and effective speaker, but his ideas are the wrong ones and joe understands that. >>reporter: while biden does have debate experie
and paul ryan trading blows on the economy and the benghazi terror attacks. let's talk to doug luzader on that. >> both of these guys are probably waking up this morning a little bruised after this pretty lively debate last night. joe biden for one thing was under a lot of pressure to try to turn his ticket fortunes around after a tough presidential debate last night. he was more full more aggressive. watching this on a split screen it may have hardened them on both sides with biden laughing and interrupting ryan. >> this benghazi issue would be a tragedy in and of itself but unfortunately it is indicative of a broader problem. what we are watching is the unravelling of the obama foreign policy which is making the world more chaotic and us less safe. >> we did not know they wanted more security. by the way, at the time we were told exactly -- we said exactly what the intelligence community told us they knew. that was the assessment. as the intelligent changed their view we made it clear they changed their view. >> but biden did something his boss nailed to do last week at least five ti
. there'll be a public hearing on october 31st. the full council november 15th. crews may have doug to deep into the bridge over 65. a class action lawsuit is being filed today on behalf of victims who say they were tortured by former chicago police commander jon burge. lawyers representing the men say their clients are still in prison. after giving false confessions at the hands of burge and his men more than 20- years ago. burge is currently behind bars after being convicted of lying about the torture of suspects. the lawsuit seeks to give new hearings to all of burge's alleged victims who were convicted as a result of the phony confessions. cook county assessor joe berrios says he'll ignore a subpoena by the county's inspector general. berrios is being ordered to explain an illegal property tax break given to one of his employees. but he's refusing to hand over the paperwork that allowed the employee to get that benefit. berrios is already fighting the county ethics board, which recently ordered him to fire his son and daughter because their hiring violated county law. berrios
rollins this was like being trapped in a bar next to a no it all drunk. doug schoen said biden was passionate, substantive, paul ryan was competent at best and no more. that's how the left sees it. >> i respectfully disagree with doug who is an astute person but more to the center than left. if you were trying to figure out who paul ryan was you came away with a very good impress. if you're looking at joe biden and trying to get substance, really it's intelligence community's fault? at one point he tried to suggest that it was paul ryan's fault that there was not adequate security in benghazi. my personal favorite last night was he said, he said, you no, the war in afghanistan and iraq, i voted against them. i stood up and said, you know, we can't afford it. well, wait a minute you voted for the authorization of the use of force resolution to go into afghanistan in 2001 and you voted for the iraq war resolution. a whole series of questions were passed over by the media generally. talking points assert things that were not true and occasionally stumble into land miness that you
the house over site committee will hold a hearing on the benghazi terror attack. doug luzader is live in washington. >>> the state department last night dropped a bombshell saying they never thought what happened at the compound in libya was part of a spontaneous protest. the investigation is continuing. what we are seeing is a white house. the united nations first protested an anti muslim film. chris stevens is not clear what if anything she was basing that on. the state department said it wasn't them. according to one official that was not our conclusion. h this as congress gets ready for hearings today. >> the thought that it was caused by a video never wouldn't stood scrutiny. i think the hearing will be damaging damaging. >> the white house denies there was a cover up. this and the fbi investigation continues. >>> looking at the attacks the reason for people in congress being mindful of the fact there's ongoing investigation and not reveal anything that might compromise our law enforcement investigation. >>> beyond all that there will be questions about the security at the compou
for the weather and over to ginger zee. >> let's start with aurora boreal borealis. nice pictures from doug kiesling. whoa, look at those. a clear morning in some spots and cooling down. international falls, 28. can you find the cold front? it's pretty evident. 64 in chicago. they have already had their high. indianapolis, almost 70 earlier in morning. the cold front is out there. some places storms will be severe. parts of the nation. but not in florida. just a little bit off-and-on thunderstorm action. miami, so wet. 88 for a high. they're four inches from the wettest year on record. we'll watch the storms in the center of the nation. for now, that's the big picture. >> this weather report brought to you by planet fitness. dan and bianna? >> thank you, ginger. >>> now to the search for myrtle, the chihuahua. the owner is trying to use social media to find her. >> danielle launched an online campaign. >> i put up a blog. facebook fan page. random people that i don't know are doing all this wrork to help find her. >> she's gotten quite a response. sents have been retweeted her. including go
maryland attorney general doug ganzler is going to honor nonprofit groups around the state which helps victims of domestic violence. he will do that along with verizon who is giving $50,000 in grants. verizon is also behind a mo ject that -- pro swect which allows victims to speak with a judge via teleconference. that way they can get a protection order without the abuser being in the same room. this began as a pilot program in rockville which has since expanded its scope. >> the victims that come in here receive wrap around services so they're not just having the enforcement of the sheriff's office. they're having the state's attorney. they're having health and human services. they're having therapy. >> a maryland law which took effect monday allows victims of domestic violence to apply for unemployment benefits. that way they can make ends meet if they have to leave their job in order to escape their abuse ir. >>> a warning for women in fair fx county. a -- fairfax county. a man is apparently going around and grabbing women. the latest happened in springfield along hibbling avenue. t
them right now. nice pictures from doug kiesling. whoa, look at those. maybe you'll get some clear nights to watch. a clear morning in some spots and cooling down. international falls, 28. can you find the cold front? it's pretty evident. 64 in chicago. they have already had their high. it will only go down from there. indianapolis, almost 70 earlier in morning. the cold front is out there. it will create storms. some places storms will be severe. parts of the nation. but not in florida. just a little bit off-and-on thunderstorm action. miami, so wet. 88 for a high. they're four inches from the wettest year ever on partly and mostly sunny today 72-76 degrees and showers possible tomorrow. >> this weather report brought to you by planet fitness. dan and bianna? >> thank you, ginger. >>> now to the search for myrtle, the chihuahua. she went missing in brooklyn last week. the owner is trying to use socialal media to find her. >> danielle launched an online campaign asking people to help her look for myrtle. >> i just started tweeting all the time. i put up a blog about her. a facebook
by the taliban. doug is live in dc with the preview of what he's going to say today. doug? >> good morning. this is the romney campaign trying to set the agenda and be more aggressive, especially in the wake of the debate that a lot of people thought mitt romney won. look how close this race is getting. through four key swing states, all within the margin of error, little doubt as to why the romney campaign would choose this last one, virginia, to deliver this big foreign policy address today. romney is probably going to touch on the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya last month. he may get into the ongoing crisis in syria, iran's nuclear ambition u name it. there is also afghanistan with the war there now entering its 12th year and almost on cue, we're hearing from the taliban with new reports this morning that they are mocking u.s. foreign policy, saying u.s. and nato forces are preparing to flee afghanistan in disgrace. romney is expected to call the withdrawal of u.s. force has politically timed retreat. >> for the last four years, we've had a foreign policy led by a president who b
one is a town hall, and most of the questions will come from the audience. doug brinkley is with us from austin, texas. he is a presidential historian, teaches history at rice university, and i understand as well you are actually going to be delivering a pre-debate lecture atofstra university just in the next couple of days to really get people a sense of what this means and how this could impact the race. tell us a little bit about what you think about the town hall format. >> well, that's right. first of all, these are a great boon for our university. hofstra, to be a student there and to have all this excitement coming here to campus. the town hall format, i think it's much better than what we saw with the last one. at least you feel that the -- in this case president obama and mitt romney are going to be actually looking at citizens. now, it's become very scripted over the years. in 1992 it was the wild west in these town halls, meaning somebody from the audience can ask a question. now they've been prescreened to the point that it is a little bit less open formed than one might
to come out swinging this time, doug. >> i think that is the consensus. to use the president's generally regarded lack luster performance in the first debate, coupled with the vice president's, some say overly aggressiveness in the vp debate the president needs to make a stronger case for a second term. the momentum is now with romney and ryan. the only way to block that momentum barring an obtain surprise may be for the president to decisively win tuesday's debate. >> i think he's going to be aggressive in making the case for his view of whether we should go as a country, and a country that is built around a growing, thriving middle class not this top down theory that governor romney has. >> there is one potentially very big obstacle to achieving that, however, this next debate is a town hall style debate with undecided voters picked by the gallop polls asking the questions with the moderator asking the follow-up. they tend to lean towards social issues, because citizen questioners often relate their personal antidotes or circumstances. to be aggressive in such a form can be off putting
magazine and historian doug brinkly he thinks governor romney is a "bser" but he's keeping it clean on the trail. >> he's hoping that you come down with a case of what we call romnesia. >> reporter: and picking up his pace. >> just got to keep on keeping on. until every single person out there who needs to vote is going to go vote. >> reporter: hopscotching from florida to virginia, hometown chicago and ohio. strategies are three. one, turnout the early vote. which their ground operation can move and measure. this new memo from chicago says they think they're winning in firewall, ohio. >> it's up to the young people here to choose the future that you believe in, that you want to see. >> reporter: boost turnout among voting groups already leaning to the president, youth, latinos, union workers. three, woo undecided women including with this new ad. >> and it would be my preference that they reverse row v. wade. >> hopefully reverse row v. wade. >> reporter: and as for that endorsement from general powell, the president said he was grateful and appreciative of it. he had no advance no
'll put this to you, doug, what to do to really make the application stand out. >> i think the best information i would give is to be authentic and describe who you are and let us understand what you want. don't write to us and tell us who you are because we're building a community, not filling a classroom. >> talking about the dreaded essay, of course. the point you is want to make it personal. can you tell when it's been overedited or adults have maybe even written it? >> yeah. a lot of times, particularly when the adults sign the application, you know -- >> does that really happen? >> that happens sometimes. it feels a little bit more packaged. it's not about the students so much when someone else is writing it. we don't hear their voice. we don't understand what makes them tick and that's what we're looking for. >> can you forgive something a little less than polished if you feel it's authentic? >> i think you can. i think at times, you know, it's an individual review. you look at everything, and you say, well, where does this fit in the whole package of the application? >> elle
would like to reference a small business owner down the street, a restaurant owner, doug elliott. that is his restaurant. the thing is, he, just like the waitress who works for him, the coke that is in his kitchen, one thing they all want together is they want more customers walking in through the doors because more diners mean more business and tips and wages for the waitress and the coke, and it means more compensation so that you can hire more people, increase wages and that is what it is all about. that is what this election is all about. it is about who can create an environment that we can see more economic activity with, and more jobs. that is what this is about, and i think it is very clear the two visions and the choice of the voters will have in november. again, i want to thank you and i want to thank the chamber for hosting us tonight. [applause] >> moderator: mr. powell? powell: i didn't have a lot of time at the beginning, but i want to thank everyone for being there. the first time that mr. cantor has debated. thank you for sponsoring us. you have heard a lot of was
. bob and doug mackenzie, we like it. let's show you what's happening as far as your weather is concerned. pick city today l.a., showers, thunderstorms, 66 degrees, not used to that. as we show you our satellite radar. a lot of wet weather, this upper level low spinning around, bringing that wet weather to the south lands and the southwest. also a frontal system bringing snow showers through the u.p. of michigan and parts of the upper midwest. look for breezy conditions here in the northeast with some morning showers. gulf coast looking pretty darn good. that's what's going on aro >> it is going to turn out to be a pretty nice day today. we will see plenty of sunshine as we head through this thursday. expect >>> that's your latest weather. mr. lauer. >> all right. when we come back, the qvc host who fainted on live television. we'll find out how she's doing right after these messages. [ male announcer ] there's everyday chicken and then there's juicy chicken with hellmann's ♪ hellmann's is the secret to making parmesan crusted chicken... [ bell dings ] ...so crispy so juicy
. >> all right. very nice. we like that. bob and doug mackenzie, we l li. let's show you what's happening as far as your weather is concerned. pick city, l.a. showers, thunderstorms, 66 degrees. not used to that. as we show you the satellite radar, a lot of wet weather. upper level low spinning around bringing the wet weather to the southland. a frontal system bringing snow showers through the u.p. of michigan, parts of the upper midwest. look for breezy conditions in the mideast. gulf coast looking good. that's what's going on around the country, here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> it will be much cooler today. storm team 4 meteorologist, veronica johnson. we have sunshine out there right now. temperature 49 degrees, reagan national with a light wind out of the northwest at 10 miles per hour. the wind is going to shift to the west and southwest later on today. today, 64. tomorrow, 63. a breezy 63 with a few afternoon clouds. another front comes through. we have a cold start to the day saturday. mid-70s for>>> that's your late. mr. lauer. >> all right. when we come back,
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